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Here’s the official Koleje Dolnośląskie (Lower Silesia, PL) scheme with regional railway lines.
Transit Maps says:
A solid, workmanlike diagram of regional rail in the region around Wrocław, Poland. Nice thick, colourful route lines with good indication of stopping patterns for the various services. The legend is comprehensive and neatly organised at the bottom of the map.
The labelling is a little inconsistent, with lots of different angles and even some leader lines to squeeze stations into more crowded areas. The type is a little small and condensed overall, but not horrendously so. The border between Poland and the Czech Republic seems a little overly detailed in parts, especially over to the bottom left of the map where Germany gets added to the mix — I think this could all be simplified and generalised a bit more.
Our final word: Nothing amazing, but it does the job that it needs to with a minimum of fuss. 3 stars.
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Source: Koleje Dolnośląskie website
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